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Jun , 17

Power BI, Microsoft’s Business Intelligence set of tools, is getting smarter

  In July 2016, Microsoft introduced Power BI, a tool that enabled the users to perform self-service data analysis (a lot of people say that it allows anyone to become a business analyst). Power BI, since then, is increasingly being used by enterprises. It allows users to work on interactive visualizations, create reports and dashboards [...]

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Jan , 17

Alternatives to Microsoft InfoPath to create forms on SharePoint Online

  Recently, I came across an interesting discussion exploring the alternatives to Microsoft InfoPath. Sparking my interest, I went ahead and compiled a list of tools that are considered great replacements to Microsoft InfoPath.   Microsoft InfoPath allows business and power users to build forms, enables use of external data sources and allows conditional formatting [...]

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Sep , 16

Is SharePoint 2016 Migration on your mind? Consider some tips before you take the plunge

  We are already aware of some of the new and exciting features of SharePoint 2016. In our blog Microsoft SharePoint 2016 – what’s in it for me?, we extensively covered the main highlights of Microsoft’s new release like Enhanced user experience, Hybrid OneDrive for business, enhanced search, the user is directed to Office 365 [...]

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Sep , 16

The biggest obstacle on the road to SharePoint 2016 adoption? – It’s the people who use it

  You have decided to migrate to SharePoint 2016 after reading about all the new improvements that it has, which we also covered in our blog Microsoft SharePoint 2016 – what’s in it for me? But wait! How will you ensure that the platform is well accepted in the organization and you are able to [...]

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Aug , 16

Microsoft will end support to Sandbox Solution on 31st August 2016. Here is what you can do

  On 29th July 2016, Microsoft announced that it is removing code-based Sandbox Solutions in SharePoint Online. As per the announcement, in 2014 Microsoft had recommended that customers and partners should make a transition of their solutions to the add-in model or pure client-side development (which is known to provide higher scalability and cloud-first approaches to extending [...]